The Mind-Boggling Possibilities of Solar Roadways

This may be the invention that finally rivals sliced bread. And if it really gets some traction, and does not get politicized, or blasted out of existence by the fossil fuel lobbyists this may even be bigger than sliced bread. Imagine that.


Click to view the YouTube video. Form your own opinion, pass it along to your friends, post it on your facebook page. It's a bit on the "hip" side for some of us over the age of  . . . . whatever, but it gets the point across.  Here's another video link by the inventors, Scott and Julie Brusaw. 


Are Saunas the Next Big Performance-Enhancing “Drug”?

By Dr. Mercola

 Historically, saunas have a longstanding tradition of use. They are common to many Eastern European countries, as well as Asia. In some countries, such as Finland, you can find them in nearly every home, where they're used for relaxation, detoxification and more.

Saunas are actually becoming increasingly used by athletes as well, but not only for the post-workout muscle relaxation as you might expect.

According to Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, Ph.D., increasing your core temperature for short periods, as is done by using a sauna, may offer dramatic improvements to your athletic performance. She calls this concept "hyperthermic conditioning," which emerging research suggests has multiple positive effects on your body, from increased endurance to the growth of new brain cells. Increasing your core temperature for short periods, as is done by using a sauna, may offer dramatic improvements to your athletic performance
 
This concept, called “hyperthermic conditioning,” may have multiple positive effects on your body, from increased endurance to the release of human growth hormone (HGH) and the growth of new brain cells
 
As your body is subjected to reasonable amounts of heat stress, it gradually becomes acclimated to the heat, prompting a number of beneficial changes to occur in your body
Infrared saunas can significantly expedite the detoxification process, as they heat your tissues several inches deep, which can enhance your natural metabolic processes
 
Always listen to your body when deciding how much heat stress (i.e. sauna use) you can tolerate.


Few things impact a family more than a diagnosis of cancer

WATCH: The Quest For The Cures
Thursday, May 22, 2014
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

"Much of human history, sadly, has been condemned under oppressive regimes that incessantly seek to suppress knowledge. The cancer industry is one of the worst offenders: it actively seeks to suppress the truth about vitamin D's anti-cancer capabilities, the truth about how chemical exposure causes cancer, and the truth about how cancer will never be cured by a chemical drug. The cancer industry ridiculously wants us all to believe that cancer happens without cause, that cancer will one day be cured with pharmaceuticals, but that the search for that cure might take another hundred years and a few trillion dollars... during which we're all supposed to keep running around in circles with pink ribbons, emptying our pockets of donation cash."

Cancer has reached epic proportions worldwide. Why? What’s different now than just 100 years ago? What can you do about it? The first step to preventing and curing cancer is understanding exactly what it is, how it forms, and what is currently offered by most mainstream doctors as treatments.

Can cancer be stopped in it's tracks? Even cured?
Watch: The Quest for the Cures

The Quest for The Cures is the first ever, investigative report (60 minutes style) documentary mini-series that will broadcast to the world (for free) starting Monday May 26th through Sunday June 1st. Each episode will air primetime nightly at 9pm Eastern and again at 9pm Pacific Daylight Time.  You’ll learn “in plain English” the truth about cancer so that you can fight and win the battle. Cick HERE >

Great Turn Out for "Bike and Bird" Ride

 
44 cyclists participated in the first BIKE SATURDAYS "Bike and Bird" ride Saturday, May 17 sponsored by the Flathead Land Trust and Flathead River to Lake Initiative partners.
 
Weather is always unpredictable this time of year in Montana and although it was a little chilly and damp, it was great ride route and no complaints. Everyone met at the Fun Beverage parking lot in Kalispell around 9:00 AM and proceeded on paved roads for about 10 miles ending at the Somers Cafe` for lunch.
 
Flathead Land Trust Director, Laura Katzman and her staff did an excellent job organizing the event, planning the route and keeping everyone safe and informed. The ride showcased protected wetlands, riparian forests, and farmland that help birds and other wildlife thrive.
 
 
Bruce Tannehill, Flathead Audubon bird expert, provided information about birding along the way, making several stops to point out information about bird habitats, migratory patterns and the environmental problems facing all wildlife due to loss of natural habitat and other resources.
 
 
 
The final stop of the day was at the Somers Bay Cafe, in Somers, for lunch and to recap the ride and compare notes. The cafe` donated 15% of the cost of the lunch back to the Flathead Land Trust. After lunch everyone headed back to the starting point at Fun Beverage -- just a little more aware and smarter about the wildlife -- out there.
 
We thank the Flathead Land Trust for their involvement and look forward to working with them in other BIKE SATURDAYS promotions. We also thank all the cyclists and volunteers who showed up in support of the event and look forward to seeing everyone again for future BIKE SATURDAYS rides and promotional activities.
 
 
SPONSOR A RIDE!
 
BIKE SATURDAYS is more than a Saturday bicycle ride. It's about bringing awareness to the many benefits cycling provide. Organized rides with a theme (i.e. Flathead Land Trust) is a great way to generate community economic development and a platform to encourage people to start taking responsibility for their own health. Biking has also become the international symbol for the "green movement" and a way to help the environment through non-polluting alternative transportation. 
 
There are many non-profit organizations and businesses doing great community service work around Montana that need help and exposure to let people know they're out there and what they do. An organized group bike ride, combined with social activities and a purpose, is a great way to spread their message and have some fun along the way. 
 
 
If your business or organization would like to sponsor a BIKE SATURDAYS, ride, give us a call at 406-871-6282 and we'll fill you in on the details. There are no fees or other financial obligations. See calendar for next ride event and be sure to sign up for our free email event
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